According to Anthony Tan, there’s little more than a one in a hundred chance that someone whose name is not Fabian Cancellara will win this year’s Paris-Roubaix. For the peloton’s dark horses, that’s enough of a carrot for a chance to be immortalised.
Could Bradley Wiggins ride away with the prized Paris-Roubaix cobble? (AAP Images)
In an attempt to demystify the ‘favourite’ tag seemingly awarded to every man and his bike competing in this year’s Milan-San Remo, Anthony Tan narrows the form guide down to six he sees winning, and six he doesn’t
Could Michael 'Bling' Matthews become the next Australian to win Milan-San Remo? Anthony Tan thinks so. (AAP Images)
Whilst it’s true that cycling must evolve to remain relevant, to simply change for change’s sake will alienate more than attract – and there are certain elements that should remain unchanged, writes Anthony Tan.
Got it wrong?... Christian Prudhomme didn't hold back in lambasting Team Sky for its eleventh hour decision to send Richie Porte to Paris-Nice, but was the move all that surprising given the race's simpler parcours? (Getty Images)
For all the benefits social media offers our 21st century world, there are arguably as many drawbacks. To the psychologically vulnerable, it may even contribute to self-harm or worse still, suicide. In the wake of recent events, Anthony Tan believes a moment or two extra could make the difference between life and death.